Swiff-Train helps Houston storm victims

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Houston—Swiff-Train Company has initiated a program to donate a portion of sales proceeds during the month of May to the Red Cross – Greater Houston Chapter for Flood Control to support recent storm victims. Swiff-Train has been a part of the Houston community for more than 30 years and looks to offer directed support in this time of need.

“With the recent storms and flooding that affected residents of the Houston area, we wanted to find a way to create funds that we can funnel to the Red Cross as they assist our neighbors,” said Jonathan Train, president and CEO. “Portions of sales program proceeds will be donated directly to the Red Cross and dedicated to those who need help recovering from the recent storms.”

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